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Nora & Gary’s August – November Pics

RUWell here it is the end of 2010 – this year sure went fast! Hope this finds you all well and ready for Christmas! I’ve just uploaded all my pics since I last published it in August.

August pics include taking the grandkids to the Camden Aquarium. September was Shane’s 6th Birthday parties. Of course October has Halloween, Mom Eichert at Washington Rock, the Grand kids at Sesame Place in PA, a visit to Sharon and Dave’s place in Montague, NJ and tailgating a Rutgers game at the New Giant Stadium. November includes Mom Eichert’s 91’s Birthday, Thanksgiving and Shane playing soccer. December includes a visit with Santa and Christmas Tree shopping.

Our web photo album is available on the Strykeronline web site. Enjoy the photos. We know there’s a tremendous quantity to view if and when you have the urge and the time.

Merry Christmas to all!

Gary & Nora

RV Adventure

Family ReunionWe are back from our 6 weeks RV Adventure and I’ve uploaded all of our pictures not just from the vacation but also the Stryker Family Reunion in Beaufort, NC, and our vacation at the Outer Banks, NC with the family.

I would have had this up a lot sooner; however, I’ve reorganized my albums so any pics that are pre-2010 are now in a separate album. All of our 2010 pics are now it its own folder. This will enable me to update the album in less than an hour or so!

Our trip (including the Family Reunion and our week at the Outer Banks) was a 45 day trip, covering 6220 miles, visiting 21 states, 22 campgrounds, taking 23 fuel stops and consuming 1030 gal of fuel, stopping at 30 National Parks/Monuments and 7 State Parks, a visit to a St. Louis ER, driving through 1 AZ forest fire, hitting 1 ring-neck pheasant, driving through 1 NM dust storm, purchasing 2 new motor home batteries and waking up at 1 AM to an RV fire in the Santa Fe campground we were staying at!. But it was one heck of a trip – REALLY GREAT! Before we purchased the motorhome, one of our big objectives was to visit many National Parks. Well we did it within 3 years. Still many more to see though!!
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